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WELCOME TO KEMAH
Galveston County Judge Mark Henry,
County Commissioners Ken Clark and
Kemah, Texas' own commissioner Ryan
Dennard, again on this great opportunity
for county employees to take a Concealed
Handgun License (CHL) course for free (at the Judges and
commissioners personal expense).
We challenge our ISD's (School
Districts) to do the same.
TEXAS – Galveston County employees have
the opportunity to take a Concealed
Handgun License (CHL) course for free
thanks to Galveston County
Judge Mark Henry and a few of the
Galveston County commissioners.
Henry announced that he is personally
sponsoring CHL courses for county
employees, making Galveston County the
first county in the country to offer the
services to its employees at no charge.
Ken Clark and Ryan Dennard are also
personally sponsoring the event in
addition to signing up to participate in
top elected official, County Judge Mark
Henry, is a retired Major from the
United States Air Force, a Federal
Firearms License holder, a CHL holder
and a lifetime member of the National
Rifle Association. Judge Henry said he
wants to encourage employees to exercise
their Second Amendment rights.
will cover responsible gun ownership and
teach participants about concealed carry
laws in Texas – a prerequisite in
receiving a CHL license in Texas.
Monday for the first 60 employees to
sign up. Judge Henry said the response
has been overwhelming.
“The class was filled within five
minutes of sending out the email, and
we’re still getting calls” Judge Henry
said. “We plan to host many more
classes, and eventually include
employees’ spouses as well.”
will be held on Saturday, Sept. 12 at 1
p.m. at the North County Annex in League
City and conclude at the Clear Creek Gun
for Claire Durkee Worthington
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WERE GONNA PARTY
LIKE IT'S 1965!
Did you live or
grow up in Kemah, Texas and moved
away? "Come On Back to Kemah"
because on December 11 and 12,
2015 Kemah will be celebrating the
50th year of the founding of the
City of Kemah. Call Chairman -
Keith Mercado @ 713-205-2395 to
get involved. Did you see this
photo of the old draw bridge? did
it show up in your facebook feed.
We were just wondering, Please
share the news..
our Facebook page for the
news and event details.
TIP: If you are visiting Kemah, Texas
try to make your reservations months in
advance of big events. Don’t come to the
city thinking you will get a hotel when you
get here–you’ll be sleeping in your
car, not recommended, not to mention
rather uncomfortable. Click on
the Kemah Hotels link and
check them 1st. Click on any of these
Nearby towns hotels 2nd: Seabrook,
Porte, Johnson Space Center. or Webster.
Click on any of these 3rd. Texas
City, Galveston, Pasadena
these cities are between 10-20 miles
away, but rooms usually are available.
Book here online now